Taliban attacks overnight in Afghanistan killed at least 13 policemen and wounded several others, officials said on Friday.
"They (Taliban) came and set fire to the district governor's office, killed 30 people, took some equipment of the district with them".
Anti-government elements also continued to direct attacks against the minority Shiite community, with 154 of its members killed or wounded, "nearly all from suicide and complex attacks" claimed by ISIS, the report said.
"Afghan civilians continue to suffer, caught in the conflict, in ways that are preventable; this must stop now", said Ingrid Hayden, the Secretary-General's Deputy Special Representative for Afghanistan.
A lawmaker in the Afghan Parliament, Mohammad Arif Rahmani, said the district governor, intelligence service director and a deputy police official were among those killed in Thursday's attack.
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An unspecified number of militants were also killed, according to Shaker. The Taliban also seized weapons and ammunition during the raid, he added. The attackers planted mines to prevent government reinforcements from coming and quickly took responsibility for the attack.
Ghazni's Khawaja Omari district was considered one of the province's safest districts.
After a brief lull in its activities, the Taliban armed group stormed a government building in central Afghanistan early on Thursday, killing 15 people including three top local officials.
"The attack is over and the district is under the control of Afghan security forces after reinforcement forces rushed to the scene following the Taliban attack", Mohsini added.
"In the attack, three mujahideen were martyred and four others were wounded".